LIVE support, access to a community of book authors, and answers to your real questions
You made your plan in the dissertation-to-book boot camp. You were excited about the direction your book was headed, and you finally felt that it was a book you could actually finish. You started to revise your first chapter using the Phase II Hub resources, and then it happened.
You started to get overwhelmed again. You were second-guessing your choices, and then you started avoiding your book project.
Here's some good news for you: You don't have to struggle alone
I and my community of book authors are ready to support you.
With an ever-expanding video repository of advice from me and those who've been there, regular LIVE support calls during which you get to connect with other authors of first books like you, share thoughts and experiences, and ask the real questions that are on your mind.
We've got you covered.
30-day money back guarantee, downgrade anytimeI want you to feel like you're getting MUCH MORE value each month than the membership cost. So, if at any time, you'd like to downgrade to the Phase II Hub, it's no problem. Just let me know, and I'll handle it, no questions asked.
Come for the content, stay for the communityOver time, I will be transforming many of the LIVE workshops I run into standalone courses designed specifically to help you navigate the trickiest of revisions tasks. But what you need most of all as you're undertaking this multi-year journey, is support and accountability. The regular group check-in calls provide just that.
StartHow Generative Writers Can Best Use These Resources [Alum Call Video Clip]
StartHow to Produce a Chapter Collage from Existing Prose (diss chapters, conference papers, close readings)
StartKatelyn's Caveat Re: Reverse Outlining--How NOT to Get Stuck Like Her! [Alum Call Video Clip]
StartHow to Turn a "Chapter Collage" into a More Coherent Draft
StartHow to Revise Existing Chapter Prose [A Step-by-Step Guide]
StartStrategies to Draft New Sections or Chapters From Scratch
StartHow to Mine Your Ideas (and not your Style) from a Dissertation-ese Chapter [Alum Call Video Clip]